The Mac Manual (Jackson Chung)

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The Mac Manual (Jackson Chung)

The days when Macs were only accepted as legitimate office PCs are long gone. Macs are today's sleek industry icons for music and design, and they are now becoming more widely available to the general public.

However, despite the fact that Macs are essentially the rebirth of simplicity and user-friendliness, most people—whether they are computer novices or have spent their whole lives working with Windows—need a little assistance getting started.

This sleek, 60+ page tome covers all things Mac and is based on Snow Leopard, the most recent version of the Mac OS X operating system.

Learn a variety of shortcuts, techniques, and free software. Learn how to use the interface and find out how powerful your Mac is.

Ideal for Mac beginners and Windows switchers.

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